So I've just started my online application for 2016/17, which will be my second year.
The NHS pays the first £3,500 or so of my tuition fees from next year onwards, so do I say that I'm funded by the NHS or not? Because when I clicked "yes" it said I wouldn't be apply to for any fees loan from sfe at all- and I need the loan from sfe for £5,500+!!
Also, the system only asked about my income, not my parents' as usual. Is this because I'm 25 now? Or because they have the details from last year's application?
Finally, I was given the option to apply for a higher maintenance loan level of up to about £9k. Is this correct? Because I was under the impression that graduate entry medics only got a tiny amount from 2nd year onwards.
Graduate entry medicine 2nd year watch
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- 15-03-2016 12:25
Please select no as you still require funds from SFE. Students from England and Wales can receive the usual package of support available to undergraduates in their first 4 years of study (Maintenance/Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Support such as Means Testing ML, Special Support/Maintenance Grant and DSA if applicable) subject to previous study. This is providing you are an undergraduate and this is your first qualification.